FAVOURITES FROM THE CLASSICS - Dvorak



Eighteenth issue in the “Favourites From The Classics” series, which was to run for 25 editions.

3CD Set
Released August 1995
Cat No.: RDCD1221-3 (RDC92891-3)
RD Code: RAK 018
Series Code: 60



CD1                Joy And Splendour

1 - Carnival Overture, Op. 92 - London Festival Orchestra conducted by Alexander Gibson
2 - Humoresque, Op. 101 - National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Eric Robinson
Symphony No. 9 (From The New World)
3 - 1st Movement
4 - 2nd Movement
5 - 3rd Movement
6 - 4th Movement
 - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Rudolf Kempe
7 - In Nature's Realm Overture - London Promenade Orchestra conducted by Charles Gerhardt

CD2                Pride And Romance

Serenade For Strings In E, Op. 22
8 - 1st Movement
9 - 2nd Movement
10 - 3rd Movement
11 - 4th Movement
12 - 5th Movement
 - Capella Istropolitana conducted by Jaroslav Krecek
13 - Slavonic Dance, Op. 46, No. 2 In E Minor - Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Zdenek Kosler
14 - Slavonic Dance, Op. 46, No. 4 In F - Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Zdenek Kosler
15 - Slavonic Dance, Op. 46, No. 8 In G Minor - Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Zdenek Kosler
16 - The Golden Spinning Wheel - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Oscar Danon

CD3                Excitement And Majesty

17 - Slavonic Dance, Op. 72, No. 2 In E Minor - Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Zdenek Kosler
Concerto For Cello In B Minor, Op. 104
18 - 1st Movement
19 - 2nd Movement
20 - 3rd Movement
 - I Fiamminghi conducted by Rudolf Werthen, France Springuel, Cello
21 - Slavonic Dance, Op. 72, No. 1 In B - Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Zdenek Kosler
22 - Slavonic Dance, Op. 46, No. 6 - Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Zdenek Kosler
23 - Slavonic Dance, Op. 72, No. 7 In C - Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Zdenek Kosler
24 - Slavonic Dance, Op. 46, No. 1 In C - Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Zdenek Kosler

2 comments:

  1. Strange that the Symphony is conducted by Kempe since RD also recorded the New World with Jascha Horenstein and the RPO.

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    1. Hi Gerald, RD owned several recordings of various parts of the New World Symphony, but according to their database, Horenstein only recorded the 2nd Movement (largo). This may be inaccurate, but the compiler would not have had anything but the database to refer to at the time. If you know on what release the whole Symphony appears, please let me know.

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